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Challenges in hospitality management education: Perspectives from the United Kingdom

Abstract

​Drawing on qualitative data gathered from educators based in the United Kingdom, this paper examines their perceptions of significant challenges facing contemporary hospitality management education. These include: engaging contemporary students, particularly through new technologies; the growing presence of international students; institutional constraints, resource pressures and the distinctiveness of hospitality management education; ongoing tensions between hospitality's intellectual development and its practice focus; and new course designs, delivery models and partnerships. The study also explores their views on how those are likely to evolve in the future. The findings suggest that many of the key challenges are not unique to the hospitality management area, but they also highlight many pressing concerns specific to this sector. Importantly, the findings help to identify how individuals and institutions are responding to particular challenges in higher education.

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Authors

Lugosi, P
Jameson, S

Oxford Brookes departments

Faculty of Business\Oxford School of Hospitality and Management

Dates

Year of publication: 2017
Date of RADAR deposit: 2017-04-13


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